EAS and CAS servers

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mattfusf

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We are seeing some strange results with a few of our iOS users and thought someone here would have an idea.

We have two AD domains and are trying both Afaria and Airwatch. Both domains are in the same forest; each has their own set of Exchange servers but are under the same GAL, etc.

With Afaria, users on either domain are able to get to EAS via the Afaria ISAPI filter.

With Airwatch, we've implemented the similar secure email gateway. Users on the domain where the CAS server is located can use EAS, however, users on the other domain cannot. In fact, after enrollment, the Exchange information on the iOS device changes to the external address of the Afaria mail gateway from the Airwatch gateway.

I'm guessing somewhere there is a hardcoded address in our Exchange configuration, but am at a loss as to where to look.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Matt

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